People and places
Explore the Gallery’s ground level and find a wonderful world of people and places.
This is the first children’s trail produced as part of the State Street Learning for Life initiative.
The artworks in the Gallery are changed from time to time. To find out if a particular work in this trail is currently on display, click the image of the artwork on any of the pages below.
Works in this children’s trail
- Bugatti type 35
- From a distant land
- Cosimo I de’Medici in armour
- Dancer looking at the sole of her right foot
- On the wallaby track
- The lacquer room
- Tutini (Pukumani grave posts)
- Five bells
- Amitabha Buddha
- Chaucer at the court of Edward III
About our children’s trails
Our children’s trails are available online or as free printed booklets/sheets at the Gallery. They are designed to engage young children aged 6-12 with selected objects and images in the Gallery and our exhibitions. They present looking and interpreting, drawing and writing activities for children to do in front of the art with extension ideas for activities away from the Gallery.
Many of these suggestions can be adapted for use at home or in the classroom, even if you can’t visit or the particular artworks are not on display.